Post by Volund Starfire on Apr 7, 2012 8:59:54 GMT -5
What about the prospect of clone-style armors? Obi-Wan Kenobi and Saesee Tinn both wore it at various times with the brown robe. Tinn also wore a pilot chest box and modified helmet, but the armor still has the same lines as the rest of the clones, though it is tan in color.
Right now we accept clone wars armor as a primary costume if you are re-creating the face character who wears it. But if you have a generic Jedi costume that has been accepted, you can make armor and wear it with. Your ensemble just has to meet the basic Jedi costume criteria before adding the armor.
For example if you are not representing the face character of Saesee Tinn, but you make the tunics similar to his and they meet basic Jedi costume criteria, you may add the armor as you would add a robe, but not for your primary costume picture on the website. As with robes, armor is secondary.